78 0 «:n't I-'* be seated in places befitting their respective positions. Me t,.ik:-d the J Y,^;-""/* whether the temples dedicated to the »-i.:.T ;.bt;iral :L uges fit £rirslgan:5 Sr!mnsi:am. Venkatacalam. ^:fli.rS:::a:u. T":3dri. N>an:i£aranyaiii. Pnskaraksjetram, and 'TLi'is'ik^riiii^::*;* ^rs '-ell-protected. They replied, '- On L»:C>.:;:.r o: Y«;:r Majesty'* power, the officials (mudrakarta) f,: all the temples are conducting the worship without any iL:k:<:i<ev; aivi the daily festivals are being celebrated proper- lv in ail 10- Tirapatis." Then the Aradhyas said that the 72 Sidvu tenjples including thone dedicated to the lingas of earth, nt.ttT, iijliT, air a;:d akwt. vi;;.. Ekamranatha, Jambunatha, Aniuilciile^vavii, KalaliitstL-v^ra; Cidambaresvara, as well as *;•.•.--1*: tLe IT; sakite* received thtir proper allowances; and thut rh- daily :\^tiv«is were being celebrated regularly. The Irivi-who was greatly plea&ed to hear this report presented to thei^ ^aftix'T giving thereby the signal for their departure. He then sent for Dhsnnasanam Dliarmayya, who immediately catne to hi;* preseuce, and said : " According to the commands 01 Your Majesty, the agraJiaras in the JLndhra and Hoysana countriesj in Morasunadj Melnad, Karnataka, Grhattasima, Cera, Cora, Pandya, Magadha, and Malayala are flourishing without any interruption. The Brahmans who dwell therein are living in happiness performing their daily rites : they are learned in the four Tedas and the sis saslras ; they perform the five ^acriiices, and feed sumptuously the guests who visit them/' The Rayu favoured him with his attention. The king next summoned the dalanayalcas (commanders) to 1m presence. They came, and having stood before him, submitted respectfully : "Protected by the great power of Your Majesty, the arraTigemeiits for watch and ward (are quite effi- cient) and the walls and gates (of forts) in all giri-durgas, sthala- durws, jala-du*gas* aiid tana-durgas belonging to the king- dom are well guarded : moreover, there is scarcely any tronble the feudal chiefs/* Tien came Jangamayya, the talari of K* nenti-ned in the text; Badarikafraaam is left out \# of betel leaves^ and areca-nut paring! etc.